By Editor | Updated on March 27, 2016
Fill-a-Pita has come onto Singapore vegetarian food scene and proved that healthy and delicious meals are not always accompanied by high price tags.
A beautiful flavour of Middle East in Singapore: Fill-a-Pita brings diners a delicious Middle Eastern vegetarian menu with signature dishes such as hummus and falafel. Vegans and Buddhist vegetarians can find pleasure from exploring dishes that are free from eggs, diary products as well as onions and garlic.
Central location: The working crowd in the CBD is getting excited with this new small café, located at China Square Central. It is an ideal lunch spot to have a delightful and healthy veggie meal at wallet-friendly prices.
Service with smiles: The owner Hassan and his service team have never failed to make each and every diner feel the warm touch of service, even at the eatery’s peak hours. The foods are prepared and served with heart and customers’ feedback is appreciated.
Authentic tasty falafel: Falafel is the most sough-after food at Fill-a-Pita. Showing no sign of oil and being genuine, this hot and fresh deep-fried ball dish remains the first choice of people when ones visit this vegetarian café.
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Fill-a-Pita’s menu is an example of simplicity, which is divided into pita, sides, and salads. That fifteen-item menu is available throughout the week while a special menu is occasionally presented.
– Falafel Pita
– Fava Bean Pita
– Coriander Hummus
– Mixed Pickles
Pita: S$4 – S$8
Sides: S$1 – S$7
Salads: S$5 – S$8
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